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popandroll:

i love this

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zeroing:

Rachael Koscica

Im coming home

zeroing:

Rachael Koscica

Im coming home

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afistfulofstyle:

I think another problem here problem is the (for lack of a better term) swag-fucking. People see Nick Wooster and Josh Peskowitz wearing ludicrous shit (that I often think looks stupid) and they go “OMG SWAAAAAGGG!?!??!  NO MORTAL CAN WEAR THIS”  Because they see it and think “that’s not for me, it’s for these sartorial superstars, I better go back to my gray suit and navy tie / chinos and OCBD.”
Dan T is actually trying to get people to have more fun.  To think outside the box and come up with something anyone who owns a tux and printed tank top could wear.
Not the typical Nick Wooster route of wearing a custom suit 8 inches too short with custom (or at least extraordinarily expensive) electric yellow wingtips.
The first method is mixing elements people probably have to have a fresh new look (that you may or may not like).  This makes it accessible.
The other is using your position and money to look like you have position and money and dress in an outrageous way that other people simply can’t do by and large. This is inaccessible.
The trick is separating out what you can do (because it’s already in your wardrobe) and what you can’t (because who’s going to spend a bajillion dollars on a stupid custom camo blazer/tie combo unless your Nick Wooster?)
I don’t really love this particular outfit, but Dan T. is still absolutely one of my favorite bloggers because he’s always out there trying new shit.  And telling other people they should be trying it too.
suitsandboots:

TEMPERANCE,   n. moderation or self-restraint in action, statement, etc.; self-control.
I really enjoyed the irony, intentional or not, of this particular photo from The Style Blogger’s most recent post on incorporating tank tops into a summer wardrobe.
Dan catches a lot of flak from the more “traditional” (I put that in quotes because the term is very relative) menswear enthusiasts, probably more than he deserves. Clearly, he knows how to dress and likes to have fun with it, occasionally venturing into bold territory (eg. detachable fur collar, cardigan over bare chest, etc.).
With all the “rules” of dress floating around, we’re quick to purposely break them in the name of cool-guy-nonchalance. We advise others to wear whatever the hell they want, outside opinions be damned. But then we turn around and condemn a look like this. Are we being too temperate?

afistfulofstyle:

I think another problem here problem is the (for lack of a better term) swag-fucking. People see Nick Wooster and Josh Peskowitz wearing ludicrous shit (that I often think looks stupid) and they go “OMG SWAAAAAGGG!?!??!  NO MORTAL CAN WEAR THIS”  Because they see it and think “that’s not for me, it’s for these sartorial superstars, I better go back to my gray suit and navy tie / chinos and OCBD.”

Dan T is actually trying to get people to have more fun.  To think outside the box and come up with something anyone who owns a tux and printed tank top could wear.

Not the typical Nick Wooster route of wearing a custom suit 8 inches too short with custom (or at least extraordinarily expensive) electric yellow wingtips.

The first method is mixing elements people probably have to have a fresh new look (that you may or may not like).  This makes it accessible.

The other is using your position and money to look like you have position and money and dress in an outrageous way that other people simply can’t do by and large. This is inaccessible.

The trick is separating out what you can do (because it’s already in your wardrobe) and what you can’t (because who’s going to spend a bajillion dollars on a stupid custom camo blazer/tie combo unless your Nick Wooster?)

I don’t really love this particular outfit, but Dan T. is still absolutely one of my favorite bloggers because he’s always out there trying new shit.  And telling other people they should be trying it too.

suitsandboots:

TEMPERANCE,   n. moderation or self-restraint in action, statement, etc.; self-control.

I really enjoyed the irony, intentional or not, of this particular photo from The Style Blogger’s most recent post on incorporating tank tops into a summer wardrobe.

Dan catches a lot of flak from the more “traditional” (I put that in quotes because the term is very relative) menswear enthusiasts, probably more than he deserves. Clearly, he knows how to dress and likes to have fun with it, occasionally venturing into bold territory (eg. detachable fur collar, cardigan over bare chest, etc.).

With all the “rules” of dress floating around, we’re quick to purposely break them in the name of cool-guy-nonchalance. We advise others to wear whatever the hell they want, outside opinions be damned. But then we turn around and condemn a look like this. Are we being too temperate?

(Source: thestyleblogger.com, via iqfashion)

markdchou:

Narragansett Leathers - Handcrafted Briefcase
Made of English bridle leather in two primary designs, Naragansett’s Briefcase #12 is definitely one that catches the eye. Really liking this in dark brown.

markdchou:

Narragansett Leathers - Handcrafted Briefcase

Made of English bridle leather in two primary designs, Naragansett’s Briefcase #12 is definitely one that catches the eye. Really liking this in dark brown.

(via iqfashion)

iqfashion:

edwinhu: Incotex. No more previous-level shorts.

iqfashion:

edwinhu: Incotex. No more previous-level shorts.

popandroll:

i love this

(Source: mchlsgh)

(Source: myyustyle)

zeroing:

Rachael Koscica

Im coming home

zeroing:

Rachael Koscica

Im coming home

(via zeroing-deactivated20110901)

afistfulofstyle:

I think another problem here problem is the (for lack of a better term) swag-fucking. People see Nick Wooster and Josh Peskowitz wearing ludicrous shit (that I often think looks stupid) and they go “OMG SWAAAAAGGG!?!??!  NO MORTAL CAN WEAR THIS”  Because they see it and think “that’s not for me, it’s for these sartorial superstars, I better go back to my gray suit and navy tie / chinos and OCBD.”
Dan T is actually trying to get people to have more fun.  To think outside the box and come up with something anyone who owns a tux and printed tank top could wear.
Not the typical Nick Wooster route of wearing a custom suit 8 inches too short with custom (or at least extraordinarily expensive) electric yellow wingtips.
The first method is mixing elements people probably have to have a fresh new look (that you may or may not like).  This makes it accessible.
The other is using your position and money to look like you have position and money and dress in an outrageous way that other people simply can’t do by and large. This is inaccessible.
The trick is separating out what you can do (because it’s already in your wardrobe) and what you can’t (because who’s going to spend a bajillion dollars on a stupid custom camo blazer/tie combo unless your Nick Wooster?)
I don’t really love this particular outfit, but Dan T. is still absolutely one of my favorite bloggers because he’s always out there trying new shit.  And telling other people they should be trying it too.
suitsandboots:

TEMPERANCE,   n. moderation or self-restraint in action, statement, etc.; self-control.
I really enjoyed the irony, intentional or not, of this particular photo from The Style Blogger’s most recent post on incorporating tank tops into a summer wardrobe.
Dan catches a lot of flak from the more “traditional” (I put that in quotes because the term is very relative) menswear enthusiasts, probably more than he deserves. Clearly, he knows how to dress and likes to have fun with it, occasionally venturing into bold territory (eg. detachable fur collar, cardigan over bare chest, etc.).
With all the “rules” of dress floating around, we’re quick to purposely break them in the name of cool-guy-nonchalance. We advise others to wear whatever the hell they want, outside opinions be damned. But then we turn around and condemn a look like this. Are we being too temperate?

afistfulofstyle:

I think another problem here problem is the (for lack of a better term) swag-fucking. People see Nick Wooster and Josh Peskowitz wearing ludicrous shit (that I often think looks stupid) and they go “OMG SWAAAAAGGG!?!??!  NO MORTAL CAN WEAR THIS”  Because they see it and think “that’s not for me, it’s for these sartorial superstars, I better go back to my gray suit and navy tie / chinos and OCBD.”

Dan T is actually trying to get people to have more fun.  To think outside the box and come up with something anyone who owns a tux and printed tank top could wear.

Not the typical Nick Wooster route of wearing a custom suit 8 inches too short with custom (or at least extraordinarily expensive) electric yellow wingtips.

The first method is mixing elements people probably have to have a fresh new look (that you may or may not like).  This makes it accessible.

The other is using your position and money to look like you have position and money and dress in an outrageous way that other people simply can’t do by and large. This is inaccessible.

The trick is separating out what you can do (because it’s already in your wardrobe) and what you can’t (because who’s going to spend a bajillion dollars on a stupid custom camo blazer/tie combo unless your Nick Wooster?)

I don’t really love this particular outfit, but Dan T. is still absolutely one of my favorite bloggers because he’s always out there trying new shit.  And telling other people they should be trying it too.

suitsandboots:

TEMPERANCE,   n. moderation or self-restraint in action, statement, etc.; self-control.

I really enjoyed the irony, intentional or not, of this particular photo from The Style Blogger’s most recent post on incorporating tank tops into a summer wardrobe.

Dan catches a lot of flak from the more “traditional” (I put that in quotes because the term is very relative) menswear enthusiasts, probably more than he deserves. Clearly, he knows how to dress and likes to have fun with it, occasionally venturing into bold territory (eg. detachable fur collar, cardigan over bare chest, etc.).

With all the “rules” of dress floating around, we’re quick to purposely break them in the name of cool-guy-nonchalance. We advise others to wear whatever the hell they want, outside opinions be damned. But then we turn around and condemn a look like this. Are we being too temperate?

(Source: thestyleblogger.com, via iqfashion)

iqfashion:

mostserindipitous: Luciano Barbera A/W 2011

iqfashion:

mostserindipitous: Luciano Barbera A/W 2011

iqfashion:

landerurquijo: Ties in colors

iqfashion:

landerurquijo: Ties in colors

markdchou:

Narragansett Leathers - Handcrafted Briefcase
Made of English bridle leather in two primary designs, Naragansett’s Briefcase #12 is definitely one that catches the eye. Really liking this in dark brown.

markdchou:

Narragansett Leathers - Handcrafted Briefcase

Made of English bridle leather in two primary designs, Naragansett’s Briefcase #12 is definitely one that catches the eye. Really liking this in dark brown.

(via iqfashion)

iqfashion:

edwinhu: Incotex. No more previous-level shorts.

iqfashion:

edwinhu: Incotex. No more previous-level shorts.

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